A jazz saxophonist using a bent toward progressive jazz, avant-garde music and spirit, Larry Stabbins was created in Bristol, Britain, in 1949. He started playing saxophone at age group 11 and by his teenagers had already started executing in a variety of R&B-influenced rings including dealing with pianist Keith Tippett with whom he provides remained an innovative partner over time. Within the ’70s, Stabbins caused a number of music artists including drummer John Stevens (in whose Ealing improvisation workshop he was an associate), drummer’s Roy Ashbury and Tony Oxley among others. Within the ’80s, Stabbins was an associate of saxophonist Peter Brotzman’s Security alarm Orchestra and Marz Combo in addition to saxophonist Trevor Watt’s Moire Music. He was also an associate from the indie-pop ensemble Weekend alongside guitarist Simon Booth with whom he afterwards produced the eclectic Latin/spirit/dance-influenced group Functioning Week. An musician with wide-ranging passions, Stabbins spent time away from executing while studying idea at Kings University London. He came back to music in the past due ’90s, once more with Tippett and his Tapestry ensemble and a re-formed Functioning Week. He released the record Four within the Afternoon in 2002 with pianist Howard Riley, bassist Tony Wren, drummer Tag Sanders. Stabbins implemented that record up with the single work Mondiac in 2003.
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|The Supergrass||1985||composer: additional music|
|Absolute Beginners||1986||writer: "Killer Blow", "Rodrigo Bay" - as Stabbins|
|Jazz Britannia||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself|
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